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The Gap Into Conflict: The Real Story - Community Reviews back

by Stephen R. Donaldson
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markk
markk rated it 1 year ago
The first volume of Stephen Donaldson's Gap series tells a story that sets he stage for the volumes to come. It's a futuristic tale of three people: two pirate ship captains, Angus Thermopyle and Nick Succorso, and a woman, Morn Hyland, who is Thermopyle's captive and the object of Succorso's intere...
The BiblioSanctum
The BiblioSanctum rated it 9 years ago
Another recommendation from my husband, with the caveat that The Gap series can be a pretty dark and brutal read. I asked, "Dark and brutal like A Song of Ice and Fire but with spaceships?" His answer: "Actually, that's not such a bad comparison, in the horrible-things-happening-to-the-main-characte...
Misericordia
Misericordia rated it 9 years ago
Very based, very depraved, quite brutal, thank the author for little graphic imagery! Very true-to-life even though all protagonists leave something to be deserved as fellow human beings, well probably everyone is that way... sometimes. Occasionally charachters felt having less dimensions than there...
A little tea, a little chat
A little tea, a little chat rated it 11 years ago
3am. Surely the right time.Call me completely insane, but I've agreed to read this (I wrote a few months ago)....after a conversation that went like this:Me: I hate Thomas CovenantNoela: But you have to read the Gap seriesMe: Huh?Noela: It is about a girl who has the most appalling things happen to ...
It's Just, Like, My Opinion, Man.
It's Just, Like, My Opinion, Man. rated it 16 years ago
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